by Wil Fleming
by Wil Fleming
Enjoy this video (actual footage from the ‘Youth Speed Training’ system):
Is it really possible to effectively train a group of young kids with varying levels of
ability at the same time?
What if some of them were highly skilled in movement aptitude while others (in the same group) had Autism?
Watch this fascinating ‘practical’ video from 2010 IYCA Trainer of the Year, Dave Gleason, and see for yourself:
The Olympic Lifts are a great tool to use when developing young athletes…
… And Coach Wil Fleming is one of the best at teaching them properly.
Dreams and ambition are great.
But how many times have you established a goal for yourself and not completed it?
I’ll bet that number totals into the dozens.
You start the process, get ultra-excited, amped-up beyond belief…
… And then…
You kind of get started, but not really.
You sort of create a plan, but never really follow it.
You get confused, overwhelmed, discouraged and then… JUST STOP.
Been there myself.
They saved me literally hours of time in preparation.
They were perfectly based on my overall training system.
They were custom built for progressions and regressions.
They were ideal for use in small or large group settings.
And with about two hours of preparation, I could create one sheet that added up to more than 10,000 individual training programs.
It’s all based on compartmentalizing and categorization.
I created a video to show you exactly how I did it and how you can as well.
This will be one of the most worthwhile 5 minutes you could ever spend on Youth Training Programs…
See My Complete ‘Training Template’ System in Action —> http://completeathletedevelopment.com/